The Cross Keys near Penrith is a 16th Century Coaching Inn set in the beautiful Lune Valley only minutes away from Junction 38, M6 in Tebay, Cumbria. It is an ideal for a stop-over between north and south or a relaxing break for a few days to get away for a tranquil rest. Fabulous walks surround the Cross Keys as we are among the Howgill Fells which is home to some of the most beautiful scenery in the country.
A little gem of a pub nestled in the centre of Tebay Village. Ideally situated for travellers wishing to take a break from their journey. A delightful Inn serving excellent food and fine ales. We offer Nine comfortable rooms, beer garden, restaurant and cosy log fires. And Dogs are Welcome.
The Cross Keys Inn is an inviting country pub and restaurant, complete with weekly specials and home dishes. During the summer months relax in our well situated beer garden, again with fabulous views to enjoy.
It doesn't matter where you want to sit to eat your meal in The Cross Keys, the menu is the same and the standard of our service excellent throughout. Choose from dining in the restaurant, sitting by the open fire in the lounge, or eating al fresco whilst enjoying the view of the beautiful Lune Valley from the spacious garden at the rear of the Inn. During the week food is served from midday to 3pm and again from 5pm to 9pm. On Saturdays and Sundays food is served all day from midday to 9pm.
Whatever your reason to stop, come and enjoy our professional, yet friendly service and fine food. A warm welcome awaits. We are also situated on the Coast to Coast route and the Lands End to John O Groats Cycle route.
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Rates: From £55 - £75 per person per night based on single occupancy.
From £80 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
From £90 per family room per night.
We have three outside Chalets at £100 B&B per couple.
Children are welcome.
Pets are welcome.
Disabled facilities - please enquire for details.
Off street parking.
AA three diamond rated voted one of the best stop off pubs in England.